The Saint Bavo Church is a Dutch Reformed church building in Aardenburg, Netherlands.The church was founded in 959 by monks of the Saint Bavo's Abbey in Ghent. Due to a rise in population this small church was replaced by a Romanesque church which burned down in 1202. In 1220 the current tower, nave and transept were built. During the 14th century the choir was extended.
During the Eighty Years' War the church was damaged. It was subsequently restored in 1646, which is also mentioned on the building.
Coordinates 51°16'22.574" N 3°26'53.862" E